Color, color, color.  It sets the mood and energy of any party and particularly important when choosing your wedding color palette.  I have been speaking with some of my favorite industry experts, and I am thrilled to share the hottest color palettes for Spring/Summer 2010.

Citrus – Any bride having an outdoor ceremony should consider this dynamic color palette.  It has a casual elegance to itself that is refreshing and appealing.  There are a few different twists you can do with this palette.  You can take the orange up a notch to a mango color, or take the green out to a limey color to give it some pop. 

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This color called Clementine drew me in because it beautifully translates to bridesmaids saris.  Trust me on this one, it is stunning!

Something blue – For any South Asian bride SET on wearing red during her ceremony, a modern way to update your look is by making turquoise the base color and to your red and white the accent colors. This trendy look, maintains the bride as the center of attention, while still adding some depth and interest to the color choices.

The nice thing about this palette is that by using turquoise table clothes you can use simple flowers, and still make a strong statement.

The blushing bride – If your bridal style is soft and feminine a palette of baby pink, rose, and mauve will make your heart sing.  There is something very classy to this uber-girly palette, that makes it look formal and definitely bridal. 

This palette will look divine when done with hydrangeas, roses, and a few crystals for some bling.

It is such a tough choice, but my favorite is the citrus palette.  Which one do you like?